Health Care for Everyone

Rosen Publishing, 2011 ISBN: 978-1-4488-1290-5

Of the nine most highly developed nations, the United States has long been the only one without a system that provides health care for all of its people. Yet the United States spends a larger portion of its national income on health care than any other nation, and also has many poorer health outcomes than most other developed nations. Health Care for Everyone explores the question of how our country can most affordably and affectively provide good health care for all of its people.

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